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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a wy t j 1 1 r t THE INTEKIOR oURNiItrOLUMH XXXV1L HTANFOfiD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY DKCKMUEIl 2nd 1310 No800 VIGOROUS DEFENSE OF REV THORNTON WHO CR TI CIZED CONDUCT AT A HCCENT MEETING AT PREACH ERSVILLE Lancaster KT L eo ileac lidltor I wish to rrpy through your column to an article which appeared in your paper or Friday Nov 5th In the Frearhcrsvllln Item headed an- IBmerlted Kebukf t The writer evidently thinks n great tleal of Iris community all all true cttltena should but I teir ludgtn from his wrltfng that tiirmigh prej nice te evom0 blared In his al as to the true of his corn oN 1rRtlIhe vhtn It come o morality sobriety stud intelligence Well I mutt say Ihnt probablY bo IN rlrht as to it Io rompnrtnr whey It comes to that e vharacterUtlos but I too must sc that jwlrnq from tho conduct rat some of the people ol the community und especially on the last nljiht ot the meeting I rear It has nut y t tome to that stondafd To be oncl o on tile lad night or the moroI rel1rOtl4n1latlTl1Ion drtnk Ing knocking c n the doors windows ind sldis uf the church nulidlng ami actually emplytnr ther rerolviis r nnmnd the bulldlnp Now you ee n ee for yiur selvrx IIIR mh the tatdflrd or morality sobriety and Intel liFmjre inns In Ibe comnnnlt i do not mean to say that thrn ar It w nie grand people In Iroucbrr- f stile for I base known the place Ihp peat yS years nnd can say the v 1 truthfully but sorrowfully belle o iiie romnumlty U on the decline rath or than Improving Year ago It was fortt thehartht iit foundation v What has born Md of Un Thorn tun nan been saM wltno l oven an pr tort at troth No niulrr has bet inrte us to who he is w how lie tandr I wish here 10 mien a tulle aaruelinkI ro Thornton thn Tn whom It may concen 7hl r RnrliArntnnI cats My that he li considered to bv I cue eI tee ereatett Mlsilonary Hap VtrginlUfaknow him lie stands well In our iomoiHnlty both nnynclnlly and spirit ualty try rcspecUully AAKUN KlHH lIuDaOcrKo we cnn ace how he stands In his own community where hI nays he Has lived lot the last ten yeas I have ueanl hint preach and have had him bio I liUi who stands for the ttllht against rthatover opposition may come He I I irU the truth far above the opinions thatIstilt mAkeIIrONtrycd writer I attended tho services at Prcachemvlll nhd btlUllve that the K od people of the place will agree with nm In what I have Bald signed M K i Turnersville Hog killing 1ms commenced In this c kmmunlty r anpleatnrdsytrake will be given to the prettiest mnnIucttWo the people of Turnersville WayneabiarFAr Flomnn Vanhook has rommenc DanlIIee Xir o W runsford of iJheibv Mfy 1 vrns here on business this week Jlr OIII0 Fields hut returned 1 of the Hegel shoe store In LoulHvlll t pnrenIMr Cnrrlo Hmllh who Is veiling In Wayne county round n jot teaching fecniwlMisr Lucy Hooch woo Is attending chtol nt Stanford began boarding Hits week wllb her uncle Frank lllfr ney Your correspondent has a slight at Wokof aoro throat Mr George Ha er Inn n valuable hOg lnnt Week ONCE LIVED IN CRAB ORCHARD Mrs Martha Frances Kedd widowA of Cn lcs Iledd who was a of Crnb Orchard died nt 1237 ocloc yesterday nttcrnoon of stMlllty nt her home 224 Bast St Josepu street Mrs Uedd was a nnllve pi Madison county I but hilt lived In tttli citv ntno years the If survived by one daughter Mrs J S Cooper and n ann Charles Hedd Jr of Crab Orchard The body will be taken to Crnb Orchard nt 8 oclock Ithl morning for burial Mrs Rfdt- a71 yeara of ago Courier lour I1liiI IOT Worve titan the alarm ol fire ouPIs e t rut mothers keep Pliley p llnney MIIU Tar iti tile hose and give it at the In ot danger It contains no 9oplateAI I I A TributeITO MONTGDME HUFFMAN WHO GREATI I I EMBFH 13 1910 I fhedenth of i tidy m w nr eva though life IIro may have roachrd lU scnputral span Ir In deed a tear Th e assocnter nnd personal friends or Muck by which namo ha waa ramU larly kIlO + rngtalhk community I a which his entire life Will spent may rcll IIJ U o i Ihi ii ilia like Sl nIHis sturdy honesty of purpose with Uli rtolesu sense of honor and ex pulflto gentleness of character ami hte auI as ed as grieved at nnr evidence of p r or III which tow J fora timite enough to serape llt wan adiimd for his Independence by OIK pood people who kney him well An slay be well supposed he loved Dickens trUcr than ThncXery anIt tnoreforn war moro nt ham In the bodij nf too overyday folk nt liked than in thn tInu nlwhomI uotrarf plutocrats whore accommodations obtained KiOKln my low nnd tcrtnlnly our pinnrkml that in the environment a Me iMimljlt folk he could actually KIVO tlue hy keeping on his hat As wet sire might It tA IInr1 that he was rUd of the opportunity for ben tow 114 of advice without uncnilc or t hat much vuumnl virtue foil re sjecL lit hail R kern Inslput totn character the spirit or candor pan FOISSM hla tool Ho hodrc iMenii cbarllJPsass credited lacked with helot + o 1ooognltlotn circles or well to da Noses against It was the innuendo or brnzennesg or GIrf nunuutc n c of our Riena lire presents tow sullen 101111 sad for raw biographer Thor err lit Kinjr urea miufted wrwi thne H f to rrieii loved no well and to the community he so lone and rilthrully served that Wi siftt sworsts at least should embalm h- taetnory g Nd filopy nr ours tan add to the poNT earned and deserted reputation it Mark HUll man Barely IndoI lenCf had no plane among tils vices il ho had any His was n lire cyan neither In wnsplef warM il nor 1 the nlpyardly honrUlrg of coin Strictly tempirate In all things h WOK n model of sobriety industry an deviflrn to his duties public prlriite Ills disposition was kind and l nevnl nt hU bearing modont and wholly tree from NIle and solr twcrllon During life hl possess tyI a character without reproach and 1tQkneraemher or the Presbytertsn church and wai very regular In altrodan ou Ita fcrYlceti His departure by who Knew him sell b sincerely Lv tuciitpd In hu4 great a degree the natureGof the morbid processes troy human life determines tte nun Ul sing r the dying ts well known to the medical proressUin It is aSlUll certain that the vapid lurk necay which proceeds front ex retool causes and takes some sped tic Inert or disease Is attended with rr more sutTerlnp mental and bodl Ir than the slow decay or age In which IliaIs not seldom Alelinweu and softened a+ with sunset glow tv golden days decline lilt wir dying friend had In full measure the philosophy v mcu cu nitivorlil If he will lint heed Itlu tlist Intitlve reason and that conscience whose dictates had been the rule of his We ht round a den r + groaneA science trot theology line jlven nor can take aw4y f Mammoth iBTKKtlK TAKE CARE kldlleYIIurI tl Mayer ltachllttr N 1 nays IhurllhnoUo nnlltllUltnod irftvquont Mtartd using Koleyn toJlltnnd new I nut completely cured andfret better oral stronger than for years SALEhavingto Arkansas 1 will sell my stock g nlcpclean m oy I haie about a = 1500 stock now Cornke 801 Shelby City Ky t A WOMANS GREAT IDEA A Ihrwithoutbe lovely in face form or temper A wealt sickly woman will bo nervous 1114Ikin oruptlons nut R wretched COllIf plxlon Out Klectilc Ulcers alw wlntIIf r njato Stomach IJver and IddIlOR one IlIIrlr the blood glVdstrong nor ell bright eyes pare breath smooth rrtv ty sklu lovely complexion good j ealtu Try them 50 cents nt Pennys Drug Store I CITIZENS NATIONALS STOCKHOLDERS UNEASY I EILILlnroln county stockholders la tMI Citizens Life Insurance Company of Louisville arc evidently uneasy ove tho wa President W H Gregory ha lacerIlteynoids W Latter of tnU county and IL Jl Young of the bank at Atlddl burn Case county hive riled H stir lu nuisNlle nsklng for x receive lor the company 11A mtutlng of nil of the stockholders in this section bras been called to bo hold hero next county court day 1 the county court roots In the court house At that meeting it Is to select some oneto represent th localstocklOlderH In the fight wblc ts polrg on within the company Then appears to be no indlcaUob that tl o company Is not porectly sound the trouble appearing to bo over the doings of President Gregory FactoryrAT McKINNEY AND WORKMAN HAS NARROW ESCAPE McKlnney Vy Del 2 Unit or tbe machines blow up at ton single tree rartory and surloiely Injured Kd how le who was niunln e the machine He had a very norm serape rrom helms killed drb D a lllffe anent last Uunda with Mrs M K Jenkins at ICily ter K J Tanner iaugnter nn 11111 rico 11ard motored over to 1 In ton Thanksgiving to witness Ibo laotbnll game U E True and raises Miss Itutr ocklnc have returned home utter a two woks visit to Fnlmoutlv liowman Owens Is confined to his boa with rkeumatnaLHorn a girl Mire has Hock Is visiting at lY- arat iFtat the goal of Alfas Annr Chancellor Mrs lflek Singleton returned ram n from a visit to friends at Wayne burn Mlsg Nora Hllte left this week to Cuattunoogn Tenn to entor hospital for trained nursing anpg l2ysiCi3n huntingjwhat sneers he had William Montgomerys house South Fork was destroyed by fir Mondnv night and was a total loss How It started the writer was nor ably to tend out Hutittn are about as plentiful as wine at the present and every train biiBca more htjA ana Hayden Mitchell returned home with him and In working in the mar works They erected R tiDe Ilairo ranite monument In the Kitted Come tcry Thursday for the Hotcner faml ly bin 1t Coffey sprat Sunday l- omerset n Mr and Mrs John Carter or Tur nersvllle helped partake ol a Jlne lurks dinner at Lays boarding house and the way wo know It was tine was becauc we were there too At Theatcrium THE BROADWAY COMEDY FOU PLAYS THS WEEK The shows that are being given at bttmadwnyre enjoyed by everyone who attend The dancing act by the two gcntlr- erun is a special fenlure and t ladles are upto the minute with their pr the program in fact its one It the most uplodate vaudeville troups that hits ever shown hero Mlfik Winnie Davis Illbb as plantar t also cood KEPT THE KING AT HOME For the past year wobrava kept thl King or all laxatives Dr Kings New hovne Mntos Paul Mathulka of Huffalo N Y Knsy but sure remedy for nil ftomnch liver nnd kidney troubles Only st errata at Pennys Drug Store CINCINNATI MARKET rincnrnti Dec 2CattleItoc- egda 664 market steady fair to commonrand shippers 174541730 common J3j 740 Snoop Receipts IH mocks fctendy J17G4fi65 Iambs Market strong USt615 U o SIMPLE SAFE GUARD FORt MOTHERS logIcs Ave Yoiingstown Uhlo gained wisdom by ixporlencc My little girl had a se told and coughed almost ron tiuiijMisly 11y sister recommended t+ oncy nnd Tar The first I tjave her relieved tho Inflam uslutg may s ere ejiirol rroo from Ififlnnunntlon t Since then I always keeps bottlrtot Folevd flood and Tar In tier house Accept no substitutes Sold by Shu tars rand Tanner SOME LIVE NEWS FROM THE WEST END MR GANN DIES NEAR HUSTON VILLE PRESBYTERIAN LA DIES TO HAVE BAZAAR I1Ilurtonvlllc Vcr Snd Thomas P Unnn a well and ra vrrably known citizen of our com ats0 on tne x Ington Ky His funeral was most ably preached at the llaptist chute Ula1ne of n r Huatoyn lorx concourse of sorrowing sad relatives anc exprehrres sympathehea pallbaby the ladles of the Hustonvlllo Hop tut church were appreciated mote than words can express The ladles of the Presbyterian church of Hustonvltl will hold their nnriuil bazaar on Saturday Decem ber 10th at tho Emporium Flats The public IH cordially Invited to attend from 1C oclock A AL continuing through till flay until 12 oclock P 1 1 sisals served day rand night ovate sonod In any style with the reglu courm ProresBO1 Aeolian of Now Vorl will bo present nnd render his mavB rs a rare opportunity for the musicloving public to hear reputationn It appearance bIore abroaad opportunltxr your pro bints from a largo und well selected nnd Inexhaustible dlapla carnnh talhr red throughout the year for th occasion Lot everybody set this da apart nnd come and have a reel ojlit long to be remembered for lit a rely Ahort at best teroember we Ire going to be dead a long time Kv 1ctt body cordially Invited bragaproud suns of toll will lead tn U hymeneal altar ere the waning o another moon one ol Caseys marfteautUul belles Ounss who 1liornce ItoUon or the Kentucky 11 4x ulsvillr stopped o betedn JIUup JortdJY for n ton days vIsit to Ur IJobon and Bfcmil A tew day8yvrtf recently in At neL 0 ness and beauty combined The IS story ocn Cola building of white itntnltc has not an equal In Lou ville Cincinnati or Si Louis Sundaythfjwere cordially tendered Dr Alcorn operahoneon the church furnace oars Mary widow or tte late rKnuffwan who was tbe popular cost mnrtor here for several years la trey sick at her home She u now VO yours old and up to this illness was as actlvo and as vlgorotu as anyone out halt her are Ernest helm ol Lexington born and reared in tho shadows or the pine ot Mllledgevllle spent last week bird I vicinityMrsIs bac after a months visit to her aged rate er Carroll Carpenter In Kuusas H moved from here about 0 years ago manRg tug Mlddlcburg banker was hero any or so ago in his race mnchl looking nl spry as a bop with hI oots on lie can climb any hill in county with life auto that a mountain mule can go up A man aloeCi neck Is certainly a skillful driver PIke vorkers take notlci The tobacco men ore Jubilant over weea7 put in shape for the market at once Ilo warehouse at Moreland Is recd iv Ing the flnlshng touches and will bo ably tf OUBetbC crop grown In tho Went and It is sold that the Amcrl tr n Tobacco Co owns this warehouso and will pray good prices for tobacco It will Inn tnnny n good fresh dollar here and It Is badly needed too In our branches of trade During our recent trip of nearly a month south wo visited the following Dtlelleld8 viz Corinth Miss Chattanooga Clilca iiinugn Lookout Mountain AllsslonaiT llortce Kcsacca Walton LnFixyette Venncsaw Mountain I Marietta At Janta and Lovejoy The old tort s nnd entrenchments or federal army in front of Kennesuw Mountain ns well as those at foot of Kennesaw held slatre y i lit the ravages of time The followlis verses copied rrom the marble tai lets In National cemetery On ramop eternal cumplng ground Their silent tents are spread And dory guards with solemn sound Tho Mvouuc of the dead Their murilod drums sod roll ha+ heat J he soldfors last tattoo Nil more on urls yarnd shall mt4ct Tttof tiravend fII yew liiiiTfthV riurrnii lor out c Us flu rotst soiuul tis true flu wiped up the earth with tlielri1 Lexington foes Winning fame for the crimson an bluer 11 Williams Our pikes are a shame ana dlsgrac- to tho county Tho brat oays war that Lincoln cmmtw AVnaa court CUB do is to buy a duplicate of Iloyl conutye rose making machInery an the county Judg- isuperintendent and county road will soon make for us just as line road as yoyte boasts of- ContrJct IIOWI are being let for broken stone rant over 2 Inches l size and this Is given about nu mac heed as an order from same court o to Stop the clouds from mnvlng A numerously signed petition to on county authorities asking for tbo- ae Implement that will enable us have aa good roads as Uoyl0 and countdeT Horn to the wife or John Donha on the 8h Inst a 10 pound son James Hoscoe 11e41taro Virgt1pound son Lloyd Montgomery Uo- e ham Mrs Charles Cravens and son of Ndw laves are guests this weeksMr nail Mrs J A Illaln Dr Horace Witherspoon and Hanley Uohon of Harrodsburg autos to Hustonvllle last Wednesday to e Joy floe quail shooting on our veld Travelling nearly 60 miles to from 8CC rat a days sport Is rectal ly going some In contrast with a jwrlercoa or the patriarchs who bray transferred guns and dogs to Ihel ntrntB massage rheumatic Joints and swap yarns Col Arch Frye and Dr Dohon dray through tc Lebanon last week on Pedal visit to friends and relatives Mrs J T liobon Is at homo aggl after a two months visit to liar so Kyle and family nt Howling Green hens ham of the Presbyterian n thumb and Willis of Christian clluc- htiilprd pulpits last Sunday evening barnIforoa el In Kontuclo vex J6ft acre with six room dwelling 2 tenant houses two large tobacco an about 140 acres tine bottom land on tine country on rural churchti- enced anti in floe community Price 17600 Terms to suit purchaser Ad lorok advantage or the special low round rate to Lexington on Thanksglv lag Some on business but n larger niijorlty ou pleasure bent and they beit It right Hurrah for C U Myers b Jones shipped one car of ores tines to Cincinnati last week for welch they paid 5 31 cents per pound the one year old Httlo adaURdter of Mr and Mrs J J Now ell is certainly beautiful and remark ably intelligent She can talk alp P anti walk unassisted Myers and Vaughn shipped n car butcher cattle to Cincinnati Uaturda ror which they paid from 2 to 3 2 ocentsWilt wonders ever cease A lln black call la now being prods with out the use of eggs milk or butter The receipt for same will be sold for JO rears on the dav of Presbyterian church bazaar for church benefit slentTlaukghlnJuC their ulster Mrs Iflll Spalding Mr George Covey of Tllford Mo pakr on heren i SUbStnntlnllIml panlbave formed a copartnership for the sate ot the best grades of dressed seats vegetables poultry and fruits itfecnntilledset trouble rheumatism after being able to walk up town dnly far the past Most ekIroads at Cienovn to Jum bo are broken through and some of than err dangerous to cross Ask the county rood superintendent to urtve over It otter taking out on RCI cldent pour Jtarrod81J1ISIstrl ted meeting at Salem church on the river road near Richards cross roads MARVELOUS DISCOVERIES Want tho wonderful progress of the raga Air Mights on heavy machines s Iclcgrnras without wires terrible war Inventions to kill men and that won er of WondersDr Kings Now dls iovery to save lire when threaten i cd by roughs coIdiC la grippe salh ma croup bronchitis hemorrhages buy fever and whopping cough or lung trouble For all bronchial atleetl Mi8 It has no equal It relieves instantly HP the unrest cure James M lllarr k ol Aflievllle No t U It Nh 1 Writes It cured him of on obstlimco drag u utter all other remedies tolled nr anil 61 A trial bottle tre Uunrat 1CoII by Pennyi9Jhis Store I la YOII ktlowttiy n lg unyone why n you need wnrotning to rtjpiilate youC vsten If your bowels ago sluwlh t your Prod distresses you your Ulunejs rliln tfke Holllsters Uoclty Mountnir Ten It always reliever J5 cent i tea or tablets at Shugars and Tarns- d r GOOD TOBACCO WELKJW P KINCAID EXPECTS TO BE- d GIN GUYING AGAIN SOON GETS 2000 HOGS HEADS ro i For the first flare tn IS years or tobaccohl thoughtTuesdayo oratbuying for a short time although the companyIIhogsheads for the local market and Looo hogsheads for the warehouse at Iarat Lick whonto sell Mr Klncald were disappointed trod that he was not buying and took their crops on to the anddun shortaor thatndo whichrpastrgrower coloraa price for his crop and no one need selleun pottoftlcesare ter Flor Atlasnlav Miss liessle Wllburn Tom Mc Uill John Johnson Arthur IJolln Brodhead The two months old infant son of Mr and Mrs Morris1 Proctor died nnd was burlod Monday evening In tho UaptlKt church cemetery Ance Messor and Matt Stevens of the Negro Creek section became In coiled In a law suit on account of Messor stopping or obstructing a pass publieudjy before City Judge Haggard re suiting in u verdict fining Messer xst and costs A Mrs Huston of Hazel Patch has bought the Lucv Newcomb farm near Cummins Station paying JJlOOO for same postUon merchant and with begin work Sat urday the 3d Charles Proctor the carpenter line moved to lice Lick Mrs Mary Johnson has moved Into tne house vacat ed by him and W u cooper has moved Into the house Mrs Joanson leftItev Green Fish preached at the Christian church Sunday hditbvThanksgiving and over Sunday with irlenda In Uerca Miss Bllwibeta THarpe is visiting her cousin Mm Clyde Hilton In Stanford Mlss Ama Proctor of ML Vernon visited her uncle Mr J AL Proctor here the first of the week Miss Clyde Watson of frown Memorial ML Vernon was SundayIAlrta with her brother Granvllle Owens or this place and her sister Mrs Joe Cash or Ottawa Mr and Mrs one Frith visited In Livingston over Sun day Parksville Mr and Mrs J J Cozatt hoot Just completed their new home The rest deuce wilt he one of the handsomest In this section daughterJlllabcthhums In lUirgln raster spending soy andIlantllyThursday to visit her son Lucien owing who Is attending Urea Col lege Jacob Turner sold to Mr Meadows nt eastern Kentucky his tarn con statin or about 100 arras of knob land nt JSOll Mrs G A Carter has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs May Cozatt rt StirlngOcld and to relatives In Lebanon Will flare trod Roy WesterHeld or a Hemp Ky came down Iud helped tuHr respective parents cat turkey Thursday Sam son of Constable William Montgomery cut his hand pretty se verelv with an ax Wednesday al itIohleellb1ptl1td Ifjy Hev Doddfon of Henderson lUirl Dowler or Marion Onto ton roust or his cousin John H Parks 1lRr When Harbison or Ierryvllle was a recent guest of Mrs J K CnU well Miss Bcttlo Holing bus returnedifrom n vtstt to her brother Mr John lloiinc at Junction City Muf s Kllzabotb and Lillian hunt i bio 0 Seaman Ublo ore guiKs of heir Rramlliiother Mrs 1 A Brown C A liianiord ronncrly or this raters h3s been promoted to Ilw agency of the L K N H K at Liv ingston V o DKCKMHKU Und 1910 2THESTANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALFftJDAY TILE INTERIOR JOURNA 1872rPublU r j VERY TUESDAY AND rnIIY f POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT r For Circuit Judge Tho Interior Journal Is authorlzcd A Hardin asCharlesto announceH candidate for Circuit Judge of t Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst at the election to bo held November 11111 tt subject to tho action ofJJ Dct lien Johnson opened his campaign nomination torthe democraUcfort Governor at Bowling Green this week y tho names The nresa dispatches Rave supporters vihoof hisA of a number wefP with him but by some trange Y omission that of Judge Henry H We understand Hlnc was mlsslnjr tuo Judge Is an active supporter of Johnson but opine that the Netqn runty man will hardly ask lIIne after the latto manage his campaign tors sagacious exhibition In t1ntl ol the linger race And I does lIeem Johnson Is not too anxious to Jllhae It known that tines Is for him although the latter lit said to wield I quite a powerful hand In WarrctD icouuty polities We havent uoiced either that the Johnson organs are i about that Sam Shaekelfor 1norating lobbyist at Krankfo for ho tobacco trust and many other IntprostF Is also a very strong John ton adherent A number of others or this Ilk In Kentucky are also tron1l Johnson men Theres a reuse What Is It The tobacco growers should not bt acme discourage over the cessation or buying here lust now but hold their Crops until the demand become ne UVt asatn which It Is sure to do fhe tobacco buyers In this and other con ties worn loud In their protestation fiat the success of the pool had notl jug to do with the market for toba co or the prices obtained and pvoral cd Just as good prices whether the tool stood or lost We believe tbut they will not make their promise good for If they don t they must acknowledge that they deceived thl growers Sit stead In the boat nnd dont sacrifice your tbacco at a lows er price than It Is worth Why is It that when there are tw newspapers In a community the1 nearly always feel Inclined to tae opposite sides nt every question Now In Danville the Advocate came out for McCrfary for Sovernor and now trti Messenger In tailing over Itself throw Ins bounuets at Hen Johnson whei we know that Editor Lewis rand rams natural sympathies are boon to be with the Klghth dlstrlcts candl date Wonder It Charley McUoweni influence is so strong wria top Me senger as to account for Us attitude State Senator W V Katon of PA- ducah has publicly announced that at the pest session of the General As ssmblj bo will work for n direct prl wary nominations law The senti ment is growing in Kentucky for an election law which will give Ivory man a chance to run for ot llco It he desires no matter how poo IIQ Is and a law wnlch will put the bones out of business In the direct primary both parties nominate tliblr rnndldates on he snmo day and tile state pays the expense KHJnittes of a cut Of f14000UOU in running expenses of tho Govern meat wore reported to President Tnft by the heads of departments Thu President was gratified but declared there must bo a still deeper cut Rather peculiar that nothing was heard of economizing In expenses unj ill the democratic landslide shook upWedding Rockcastle LITTLE DAN CUPID BUSY IN NEIGHBOR COUNTY The little God of love Usn upld not entlstled with a plenteous harvest in Lincoln this fall is now deaden ing over the Hoclcnstle line and ex tending his operations The Sig nal tolls of those weddings of Inter est In Lincoln where tho principals art well known Martin McKenzle- Mr C 11 Ken le senior member of the firm of McKenzle K Mclto and Miss Virginia Martin youngest daughter of Mr nnd Mrs S it Mar tin hoarded the 1219 train innrecdy morning for Jclllco whro they were united Into tho holy bonds of mntrl inonr In this case it was unlike that of J H McKenzie a younger brotner and Miss Davis who eloped the night before It was the carrying out of the quietly laid plans of which the parents of both parties were fully aware 1 hey were Joined at Jelllco by Mr and Mrs J B McKenzie and after the ceremony was performed both couples boarded the train for Knoxvlllo where they will remain un til tomorrow when they will return to ill Vernon Davis McKenzle It came as a little surprise to the majority of people when the news Hashed over town Wednesday morn dangrterulKonzle a son of Mr Jonas McKenzieI had clrpcd to Jelllco on the midnight train where they were made man nnd Mire rite bride is a very attractive nod winning young lady ot eighteen hummers and the groom who Is only n few months her senior is a miccecc flit grocerymnn Pleated on Church street GET THE GENUINE ALWAYS A substitute Is a dttnceroua make Klilft especially in medicine The KenuinB Koleyo Honeydnd Tar cures roughs nnd Is in a renew package Accept no lubitt tutee a HOUSEHOLD CARES Tax of Wtnicn of Stanford the Same siI rIRewlere UnrJ to titlend to tho houiehe dUi with n corKiciutiy achlngbaclt A woman should nbt have a bt1I 111 AnJ the vicoit i the kldn were wttl tic au lui v 11 U i rKe wtII fuyw StanCnl urnier tin d profit I eIhl rlllIIIF xire tc Mire 7 W rtmu Danvnio lit Ijinra or Ky rays My jcp enc wit a Dnns tirj ry fills 11 HID t believe the tae nro all Vs t cltlliiil for t1 OiI sufftol II JInI ltl from 5 aliurl and ntni It criM not slcap wol U sovoral cHfi ns tiiy bnck b catw so pain II anil weak that I could tot attend t u v boujovork Ning advised to g1 I Urvf a Kictiet Pills a trial I did t- Tbj hpiiiil nif fron tho first nUll inil 1 continued tniUK them OI- I eluiish I bfllevM thoy would hoto Ifecw n complete cvro I was eo1 VclJ t7 td antinut tliolr uso flr sluo limo but 1 am nov taking thI oalll and i fctlleva key wlti sMn rill mo eiillifcly or tuo foubie Fr vali by nil dift ors Prlco ciuU Pesos MlUfD Ci Bulfalo iV oit gems f1 V united St o- Uftiniiiu r Jio tutu noansttl1 tihc no ether Honor Roll FtANFORDFOR NOVEMBER SCHOOLCHILDREN The honor roll of tho Stanford ltty school for the month of Novombe is as follows as announced by SUIt J W Ireland I Primary Kntherlne Uruco Vtola Klmoro Willie Murphy Adelaide Proc tor Lelia Cook itaney Frances Tab tirade I Gladys Arnold Catherin Grady Henry Uaughtnnn JatowooO Ueazloy Dell Oscar Halyt Josephine Oooch Mattle KIncald Illr Karet Pettus W K Shugars Guy Smith Herman Walls Powell With srs JsaJlIe Warren Oradc IIEWe Farmer Vic Ooi Smith Margaret Shanks Ueorge K Karris Morcan S Haughman- Urade llIMIolso Uwzley Fran uln Canneny Sam Craig James Hock ur Morris Jackson Sophie Saunders ladle Wcaren Undo IV Hester Anderson Mary Jack TJlden Cooper llalloy Dawep Mile Russell Fish Itachol Hill JohnI Held McKlnney Virgil Mooro Heath Severance Urade Vllobart Arnold Anna V irolR Leon Davis Francis Emhry nncy K McKlnnoy Aura It Powell Idle Iusscll Clarence Singleton I Uradfa VIIlatsy Grimes Jean PaxI ton Adella Russell Nellie W 11111I llartwell Shanks Hrnly Cash tracP VII Proscott Urown Jamon frthble Maude Arnold lima Klchou jerKer Bessie Moore Kate HariMiiR Urade IIIM8M S Cook Sallie II rats lloyce Hunn Anne D Mc lobule Vary AI Kaney V rnA tout Mayme Singleton rehmRnIlarryCarter Hobe- rtertr Kfa Mose- rluphomoroHarry Helnhart Junior Harris Coleman Senior Joseph Hopper YOU MUST READ IF YOU WANT THE BENEFITtJ W Greer red with a severe case of lumbagoI The palis were so Intense reed to hypodermic Injections for pllef These attacks started with aI pain In the small of the back which rutluiily became fairly paralyzing IIAlgtcrI atn jjp Jonger bothered in any way 0 nn ole euamy lumbago Laxative Sent Free to Try It may be taken for granted that I there is no family of any size that I goes very long without needing a lax tive If you dont know of a good ixative or the laxative you are using is losing its effect we want to call your attention to Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which thousands of arc using successfully familiesI We have scores of letters ers and scores from aylnsr they are using It personally and Iricr It to their femlllei men like HrIC K Smith of the Traffic Clearing louie Pine Bluff Ark and Mr George D Turner a lawyer of Harlan Ky The thou lands of mothers who use it them elves and give it to their children would take too much space to mention The reason they Pepsin II that it U a mild gentle laxative tonic that does not gripe effective andIyet so mild that babies can take it anlq Ingredients Invigorate the body and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles to that they again do their work naturally It you have been it victim of salts pills and strong cathar tlCII you will discard them when you once use Syrup Pepsin You can buy a fifty cent or one dolIlar bottle of any druggist but before doing BO you may want to try it free Jt so send your address to Dr Cald weU and he promptly forward a free sample bottle Then being con vlncedtdo as others are doing and buy regular way of your favorIte rueilit Dr Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obligation Ha has rD eclIIH4 In stomach and bowel over fortysin and will pleased to give the reader any advice on the aubject free ot charre Alt are welcome to write or a advicethebuU11aLiPteellp Master Commissioners Sales COMMISSIONERS SALEI Lincoln Circuit Court Martin McCormack Plaintiff tJoseph Jllffos lire Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at November term 1910 in the ubo styled CRUse the undersigned comml stoner will on- MONDAY DECEMBER 12th 11110 at 1 oclock P M in trout or tllO i court house door In St inlord Ky sell at publlo outcry to tho high st mid heat bidder tho following daecr ed real estate In Lincoln county Ky i Two acres two rood and 18 poles land beginning at stone In front dwelling house thereon wore n black oak was called fdr In orlglnul boundary thence S 67 E 10 10100 poles to n stoneln Jenkins line lhcnco his line S CD E 33 poles to a atone In Mono la said line anew corner at- I the division line thence with aamo N il W 21 poles to tho old orl1nnl line thence with same N 84 E 27 76 100 poles to the bognnlng The purpose of this sale It to saUs fy a debt of 14610 with six per cent Interest thereon from March 20th 11103 until paid and tha costs of this lcUon a judgment for which has thereto been rendered In the above stlctl CRUSOITERMS Tho said land will sold on a credit of six months and tht purchaser will be required to gh1 bond payable to tho cornmisslono and approved by hint Ute sumo nav ling the fbrco Snd effect ot a judg ment with lien retained upon the lalld o Kccuro tho payment Uiercof This November 22nd lulu GEO D FLORENCE MC L C C T J Hill Jr Atty for Pill COMMISSIONERS SALEI Lincoln Circuit Court Wayncsburg Deposit Uank Plaintiffs C W Stewart etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment to the 1ln coin circuit court rendered In the bove styled cause at Us Novembc erm 1910 the undersigned coniral loner will on MONDAY DKCBMUBR ISth 1U10 nt ono oclock 1 at sell at public ulcry In front of the court hougo door In Stanford Ky to the highest and test bidder the following personal pro erty to aft Three shares of stock In tho Way ipsburg Deposit Hank The purpose or this sale Is to satisfy a debt ol ilOliiOO with six per cent interest hereon from September 20th 1909 foi which judgment has been rendered In nn above styled action Torran Tho aid Palo will be lade on a credit of three months and- tll purchaser will lx required to filvt bond approved byrrfor he purchase lee piy ble to tilt onimlMlonor oenVlnfe interest fror the date of sale with lien retained on th property the said bond having Ute foree and effect of a judgment November 8Snd 1110 iEO D FLORENCE M C L C C J B Paxton Atty for Pill COMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Uaar Scott Co Plaintiffs vs nugu ll Dlllion iJofondaut Pursuant to a judgment to Lincoln rcult court rendered at its Ndvetu ir tenn 1910 in tire above styled cause tho undnrslgncd commissioner ill an- IONDAI DEOEMDBK isth 1910- lnt oclock P MotIn front of the COUlt house dopr In Stanford Ky 1V at public outcry to the highest and boat bidder the following des lrlbed property personal property to wit Ono ten horse power traction engine umber 3807 and the appurtenances lereto belonging manufactured by Goar Scott Co The purpose of said sale IH to satis fy a dotit of 20000 with six per cent lerest thereon from April 29th 1910 unUI paid and 3000 tho estimated ate of this proceeding for which dgment has been redered In the- abovo ntjled case Terms The said sale will be made In a credit of six months and tho irchasor will bo required to glvo bond payable to tho commissioner nnd approved by him for the purchase bearing six per centII ice the same crest from date of sale having the forco and effect of a judgment and thor secured by lien on the property sold herein This November 22nd 1910GEO D FLORENCE M C L C C C C Bagby Atty for Plff FOR SALEI An 1 have decided to go to a warmer cUmate 1 will offer my little homo ror- sale curtaining two acres and 101ell comfortable house Indilill cessary outbuildings cistern and orohard from 8 to15 years old Qunr- tcr mile from Uudderars mud on Dlx- river four miles south of Stanford null four miles south of Lancaster npplY to PROF J D DATSON Gllberts Creek Ky A DREADFUL WOUND tin can rusty nail trom n Knife gun denaturellrework or any other Duc- lens lnds rnlcalpSalventoOprevent llood- polson or gangrene sucb wounds as- Iso suresl healer for for uurnS balls sores eruptlonh- Qina chapped hands corns or Piles cents at PesnyB Drug Store COMMISSIONERS SALEI Lincoln Circuit Court Gi Mcllees lire Plaintiffs O Mcllees hrs defendants Iorwmnt to n lodgment of thelln coin circuit court rendered In the tho- above styled rails at its Nootnblr term 1910 the undersigned cams eloner will en- MONDAY DKCKMDHR 12th 19 U at one oclock P U in front of the court hoine door in Stanford I1 sell at public outcry to HIP hhhPlt nnd beat bidder the following 110Ittr ty In Lincoln county Ivy Tl roods and 13 poles of land The IiRld property bounded on le northeast nnl1 the county rondoon the south by SandAiHky on the west by the S 10- f KlnnoXStratton and ofeys Mill Ul TI- r as the toll ii nte property Turraji Thc said property will be sold on n credit of BU months nnll the purchaser will be required to glo bond nrrrovwi v iii nmlssior and payable t hm for the lurhalo prima tho save bearlrs llx per Clllt Interest fr m Jar of RUht with lien retained upon Mio lan1 sold and tuo raid hand having the forre and off tl of a judgment rhU Nov 23 JllU GEO D FLORENCE M C L C C J B Paxton Atty for Plff COMMISSIONERSSALEI7 Lincoln Circuit Court J H look etc Pwintlffit vs Ella Jnnlln 010 Defendants Pununnt to n judgment of tho IIn coin circuit court rendered at Its NO ember term 1910 In the above fltyled CHUMS the undorslgnca commlssloin rill on- MONDAY DBCBM11KH 13th 1911 at one oclock P M In front of the court house door In Slanord Ky solt best bidder the following dencrltH nt public outcry to the highest Bn1 real Ohtato In Lincoln county Ky tract of thirty acros of land boundlfd un the north by the rand of 1ltUA King on the eDt by tho land of Grove Cook on the fcouth by the land of Purcell and on tho west by tho land of Thomas Shaw Terms The said alnd will be IIOld on n credit of six months and the pur chaser will be required to give bond approved by the commissioner nnd payable ti him the same bearing si pot cent from unto of snl with Urn retained upon the land aold to sect re the payment of said bond and the same haying the force and et reel of a judgment This Novembe 22nd 1910 GEO D FLORENCE M C L C C P M McRoberts Atty for Plffs NOTICE OF SALE Lincoln CII cUlt Court John Traylors hrs Plaintiffs 8 John lYayIor8 hrs Defendants In obedience to a judgment rende c6 in tho abovo styled court and ne Ion at the November Term 1910 the indorslgned commlwlouer wilt on MONDAY DKCUMDBR 13th 1910 court day at about 1 oclock P tI- n front of the court house door In Stanford Ky utter for seta at put le outcry to tho highest and beet dddors on credits of elx mouths Ole flowing real estate owned by Job raylor at the time ot bw dmtb No ITho distillery property O- fbout seven acres pear Utlborf rook depot bounded by L N It It filberts Creek and county read No 9So mach of nome place ai flOB east of OlIbertB Crook and Dud erars Mill county road contalnlnv bout 3f acres No IIt those two tracts full to bring tho debts nnd costs then 190 ores of the homo place on tho wwi filllt of county road the division line to be run from Huffman corner on snld road west to a point at or near Leo Iloltzclaw cornered on Gilberts Ireokto niaho about 190 acros mak- Ing this parcel bounded on tho North by lands of Huffman HolLzclaw nod John Trajlor East by county road South l y Trnylor and McGuffoy wost iy OllborfB Crook No 4If it should bo necessary the mluucoof the home place ot about 1 acres containing the Improve eats bound on the north by lands or George Rich east by county road outh by lands of Huffman Iloltzclaw find Trayior If it should be necessary to sell ni tho home place It will bo first offer ed In parcels as above Indicated and then as a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the must money Tho onie place Is bounded on tho north by lends of Huffman Holtzclaw and odor urd Leo Holtzclaw east bye lands of J W Holtzclaw and W- H Trayior on the south by the lands of Trnylor nnd Mcduffey on tho west by Gilberts Creek and tbo land of- Lce Holtzclaw containing about 248 ires There Is a passway over this tract to county road from Traylor rnd McGuffey tract Thu object of the sales Is to satis fy the Indcbtness of Jno Traylor amounting to about 1000000 and the oste of this proceeding Bonds WI h- rood security will be required of the purchasers payable to Commissioner bearIng 6 per cent Interest from date ot sale until paid having the forced effect of a judgment and Becivwl bl lien on the land This Noverabei 23rd itflO GEOftGEDFLOftENCEM C L C C J L Paxton Atty for Plf o XTRAGOOD iTHE BOYS CLOTHES Wily not select now and give to the boy for a Christmas present a Good Suit of Clothes Something he will want anti something he WILL NEED We can show you a stock to select from with KNICKERBOCKER TROUSERS from V 0 to 810 the suit We have a few suits with STRAIGHT BOTTOM trousers at 150 to 11Vthe suit and they are worth twice the money but we want them out of our way and the HALF PRICE should remove them HJ McRoberts t FREEa 50c Jar of Palmolive Cream Vo have u red ulrsize jar of the famous Palmolive Cream for you ll wont cost you n rent Cut tho coupon from the Nov ssues of Good Housekeeping MontMRtNl Book Womans Home Companion Ladies World Uncle Remus NJaa nzinc Dec issuc o PcoplosHomo Journal Delineator Designer New Idea Blue Book Green Book Nov 19th Colliers Weekly Nov 5th Saturday Evening Post Nov 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine CUT FOR furnlih public with the best ai rciheit ot ore plants of- sil kind bulb potted Bower on tart nolle Alto make nilty of Twylhi funeral purpose In with above have Uaditot ttftblea bald at price onKKN Itueseas Cy- a JS Bring this coupon lore and as the od directs We will then give you nbsolulely roc a full site jar of Cream which soil for 50c cash Youll find this cream the most thing of its kind ever I r H ltilFOfiirNba PENNYS H f i Thanksgiving S fj Heinz at Etc Beach mndCONCRETING t1i Peanut tt t Stone Black and Creole Cakes anas Oranges t gery etc 1wIle H H H iO Ot H H i FLOWERS SALE t can the well m the cut a ape ter for the all T I on reasonable OHRIBTMAN HOUHBH tava- Sleaterd lo our do Palmolive we ordinarily delightful nut TV are in poiltlon to do all kind of eon cretins Inca ai Block Work 1avsraeete trombOlilea yea promptly end guarantee art o4ees prisesbefore PHILLIPSIJROsI Stanford Ky t el FRIDAY UKCIM1IISR 2nd 1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PAUE rHJu II rt Great Under Price Sale Of Cloaks Suits Skirts and Childrens Cloaks Bcgil1J1iI1g atardaYIIec 3rdWe will allow you to take off onefifth of the price or 20 per cent discount on these goods This includes all of te shouldbethat daterSeelarge posters for other seasonable bargains SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky Kpoclal fountain pens lor school use 75 cents n and 1126 at Pennys Drug l tore 4 LpERSONALS 11 it M Nowlnnd was In Lexington on buMnees Tuendav J f Mr George 1 Urlght Is confined tow his bed by grjp 8 Albert Phillips fit thIs city was visiting ammo tdlka near london Ky firoisl Thanksgiving Mr John Hlnney nnn Mm Juno Hoss of HprlnglliMd Mo nrlt too lIMItS Jofanil Inmlly Mrs Marin JnoHson hut gone up to London to spend some with hor ton Col It 11 Jnrkton and family Mr and Mm James Iboin of Wll afore havo bvon guests at Mr and Alfa Will Curtis MJw licita J n Penny U the guest il Spas Helen Oller In Prank fortinured Portman H hero trove ChlonRo to spend Uhrlttnias with hie parents Mr And Mrs J U Portmnn- Mr and Mn J O Bprott and chll dren of near llowlftnd worn visiting MIT W M Moran nt Lancaster MISS Anna Inca of Itlahraond Mrs w Missldsensor Sam Mathcny continues to Improve tVia his recovery Is now uutrod I MB many friends will bo glad to know+ Mrs Roberta Vlllls and crlldrcn r went to Mt Sterling on u visit Thurs tray Mlsn Polly Traylor who has been aalunr Mrs June Hunter near Per ryvllle and Mrr A 8 HoberUon lu this city rofurned to her homo at Ullberls Creek Uanvlllo Advocate Mr Virgil Leo and her little duugh U r IJeorgln Jeanette returned yes t nliiy evening from an extended visit to relatives nt Stanford and la Orange Mrs rank Lee who has brOil visiting at Stanford returned I with tttent ViddlMboro Record J J1 Hill Iras returned from Milt to relatives nt Horse Cato nI Scott Brown and Clarence two prominent tarmoru and cattle I nun ot Franklin county were here thls week to see Charles Iutcs I Mr Robert Solter noel wife returned from Lincoln county wlturI thoy have been spending a few days 1 Ir 8nllerhn been aulforlng for tho 181nonuiitlnlg Saturday Mrs W P Irowllt of Klrtwvllle hag I arrived to niako hor homo with ret daughter Miss Lena Palmer thin winter Mr W It Denntun of Oklahoma city In hero wtthhlsj sorts W 8 anu K u Benban- tMMi Janlo Wood Pox nnd ldl teeth VsrtnllllPH of Oanrilto are vis ting Mr and Mrs Itolmid Ulahop- Cwllulo ilyere wiui In attending I HUito College In L xlngtnn pent Thnnkuplvlng with his lronts udge and Mre W M Myers Chas McltoborU er IM Orange u here with hli brother II J Mcltob uruIT I onen pn lon of the Women Missionary Bocletlna of the McthodUt prcvioutiy announced for Friday night I win be held Sunday night There will be n vrrlcty in the program suited to both adults and children Tbo public la invited and especially all Interested in minions LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Old Santa Claus has appointed the Interior Journal to receive all letters Tram the llttlM ones this year telling hint Just what they want for Christ mas Aro all invited to send In their letters to Santa Claua care the in tenor Journal Stanford and thoIwill be printed in the Interior nals Christmas issue which printed In about two weeks Write luelbly on one tide of the paper and dont make your Jthr too long Alt the little onos letters will be publish I ed Judge Wise On That New Overcoat 1 0 Glad hearts and great riches are seldom ac 3 quaintedsays Judge i r J tWise abut comfort and f t t t r economy are very old friends at Cummins t 4 I Wearens Store where v r you can buy the very dO i OVERCOAT you nee9ij q for this rough weather fi tatany price you want j I t J J t it Ze I I rrtrI n TmilTtftfe IS THE HOME Of HART 11CHAFFNENLMARX CLOTHES SHORT LOCAL NEWS Rooms for rent A H Patterson Attend tho fheotorum Its only 6c Wntchis solid tlcc Hnro floe Jewolry etc see W II Mueller Fresh supply 01 unit good Ilex com 1C cents dollvered W 8 E II Mcnham IMo t llborrtl flre J policy writ tonI guamntced by the Henry Clay Insurance Company 11 Now land agent Diamond rlng cultuuttane and broocboc It grIt variety at Mucl leri ITo whom It may erThIRU to notify you that George A Bates And Maudlin are no longer In lndiNewtoMtloJlIkr turKlYMtoh1n Casoy Ho wants nil won seuIngbatlugonce J n Horton LnlIiotuuan MrR1Amanai 8 Uilmoros gate and Shelby City ulack handbag confining two 1 bills white byMrsreturn to this ofllco ntNooliJPMA Poland IB erecting a hand DanMhofor abusing n mule and till and countyCnr of genuine kanawha salt for curing meat J H Ilaughman Co SIM LauraIlnyd the7thtl At the mnegli of tbo1Clgbth dis IfArII1ab forthetblortIlOIttsngefactorllycleaned bona barbs shop It Walter Mllburn Proprietor Livery forroutsplendid lo untlon An oxo pUonai opjiprtunlty for the rfglit man Jas U Sneiuy Junction City KyIkrFor Solo Sonie nloo barred rook DntJ minorca cockerels Kd HUbbnrd Stanford For Sale Soino H I Hcd pullets and cnckornls and Toulonsc geese Apply to lira W J Udmlston Grab Orohardr ICy 711p For S 1 Dli ofHustonvillo National Dank stock Apply at this Office We have some second hand buggies und ono oftrrlage for sate Pence Ilros For Itntlilitcc6uirt of Uio busl nufcs t will rent my store with a nice dwelling of tour looms kitchen and wall and front porch and n fine elK tern at the door A good barn fine harden and all necessary outbuildings will rent lit a bargain nt Hnrtwell Ky Casey county A fine Place for bust Less Cell on or write to J W Hart Bctt Son Kidds Store wanted rents house of 4 or roolillrtn Stanford or vicinity Apply to A C Connett Logan avenue For Sale Uarred Ilymouth Hock cockerels nice ones 75 cents each T A Rice 7U3p Heres something good I J read era The Cincinnati Post dally one year the Interior Journal one year and tho Posts beautiful loll Wood Calendar all for ILGO This of lJubscrlbersIdar Is a beauty while everyone knows what the two are Thin la a bargain Send your subscription to tho Interior Journal at once Hows This W ettrr One Hundred opus R irtrd for an- the ot c um tut cannot lw tvrnl by lUIIi Caunb Curtr j rinsiv k coT6i io a- We tM unitrnuncd have known K J Ctwiwr for the tut IV ear sod titllrve him prttKtlir lion icrabMi pRYdancer ODIIratWn nMdeby AninrhiUy cede to hu Arm wI O KlN4S A MAN19- Ywhoirute IhruaMt Tondo tl llilli Calanll inns U taken lal rMlly atlnl dlrrctty u IM btood and mutout wrhcn of t- J94tII TMttmeiUli trnt Int fttee 11 CUll ptt bdM Sold by HI DroccUU- T H HUM r 0llf nUt tor cottttvMJea Importantproperties the Grape are- transmitted by ROYAL Baking Absolutely Pure to the food The food is therebymade tasty and- digestible I IOUlItflomIenny for lyomoi the pleasant fntisciitic Aii traltan Jry tilr treatImunt Ocmpletf tIt i Kxtra Ole 60 rents PreachersvileI Mrs J of epgs bas year from tb tons berries using M large quantity at home I She keeps tilt brown leghorn variety i Mr and Mrs Orov r usstmonu of 1olnt LMivell wore vwitinp nor par I opts Mr earl MM Ifhn Naylor Urandjui Ns11or Bricks nln youngest grunddaugrter mighty fine Cretus Kdwiirdi of Stroud OKIa and Leo iianl ifirtln of near Crab Orchard were visiting cusses Kdi r and Annie Hurtles nt irlffln Station Misses Sarah Howard nnd Luclle ROIl Jesse Uallarc were visiting Miss Kato Pnyne ot Tapplmnna Mis Nora Smith h6 returned from visiting her sister in Korkcastle Mesdames P B Par ilsli and J M Cr ss and Miss KnthI sane Melvin were veiling tIre W Ji Urown nUn rl1ld WP ore sorry II 0 v BFTSYS POINTERS My Idea of satisfaction Is to have the old man say that Is certainly splendid coifed you always show such good sense In uuylng coffee where did you got It And I wan pleased to tell him I deal with Coffey and Coleman We havo Uohcrlzed Harrington Hall the steel cut coffee In one pound cans at 3 cents per can 6r three for one dollar Phone 196 Goods Delivered COFFEY 4 COLEMAN o to hear that Mrs Nina Jennings Wnu plltcebasUarrard She is pleasantly remember ed bv her Kerr Mn Susan Cress vinir wi Mr v F cmi mirs at Crab Orchard Hunters report quit very scarce in this section Somo of our nlmrodn haventIlIcd thebestlavorlto with all the white folks horo In very ill tlhIthe road question covered the case In a Comprehensive manner Judge Daw fon is on tho road dally and com hams that the rood over which his route runs Is In had shape We know positively that the rends over which both ftos i and 4 mn are In equally AS bad shape We are sure that tits Stanford and Preachervlll turaptbe tan not bo beaten for bodncw UJUAa In a dozen places are filled upellgreat washes were cut aros tbe toad bed by recent rain wtttle tbo ftefi rock Is about all of the pike itm1Is In sight the motal having alt bean uslird away ditches filled up znd grassed over while the water scefcMtr a lower level runs where the lures walks and in each vehicle track Kt the authorities coald see that bud roads during or lust after a ralin immediate action would be taken TOr sum the matter npi ttlo road questlttc IB the most Important In LlnccAu county today It Is or should tie air flat Interest to every citizen 1roS- the good work begin with practical mon in charge nnd give Lincoln cearo ty the roads she Is entitled to n astsr- she once had Stomach Bloodand Live Troubles Much tickneu starts with weak stomach and consequent poor impoverished blood Nervous and pale people lack good richred blood Their stomachs need invigorating stomachAactive makes rich red blood and overcomes and drivea out disease producing bacteria and cures a whole multitude of diseases andLlrcrDr Plercea Golden Medical Discovery the treat Stomach Restorative Liver InvlAorator and Blood Gleaaser You cant afford to accept any medicine of unhtetca cemfailthn as a substitute for Golden Medical Discov cry which is a medicine oi KNOWN courosmoN having bottlenpper Dr Phrcet Plcfuat Aids rtfuUtt and invigorate Stomacfl Liver tad Eawtls V IWELL FITTING CLOTHES ia 1 Theres no patent on the idea ofywearing plain well fitting clothes nor is there a copyright on selling them emIliE to sell clothes and we do We selK good ones but that doesnt mean they are dear We buy carefullyfrom makers we can depend upon pay for and get good cloth good lining goodworfc manship and good fit And we sell at a moderate profit 1r W ti W E PERKINSCRAB KENTUCKY t IL R Huiei T w Humble W OJ Marti- nI I SHOES II We can save you money on your shoes Our line of Suides I Patents eel Vicis etc is hard toext Give usa look examine ourex I ceedingly low prices and vouwi111 undoubtedly buy r HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Li i irTI i or 1i THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR TOURNAL FRIDAY DEOKMUftR nd 1010Fit We Have these From l5 to 25 t CO JcLorHES I Sam Robinson Stanford Ky I fURS JOHN WHITE AND iilJJJfc JRICHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commtalon Writs lot price list menllofllug this ad Established 1837- LOUISVILLEKY iiiiileiiiauiiBliflIWE tJI HIGHEST CASH PRICE l- i For All Kinds of lJW Farm Produce ll HIDES AND FURS WANTED INOW Ii LAND BUCHANAN l JfiIllllllllllllllll FOR SALE PRIVATELY r M7 farm of 105 acres near May Kwood ICY Good Improvements all caeccsBarr outbuildings well watered clad good orchard 36g SAM ROBERTS Maywood Ky jJLBeazleyCo Uadertal n era and Embalm jsp Alao Dealers ia Fur aitnre MattingsRugt They rants exchange Furniture for tyi l Kinds of Stock live JfttHitCall Prices Rig- httilr4l ORD ItENTU- CihYtrry j JacobsD nlerln and Mauufactucer ot IWarblo and Cranito Monu ments WVaRinnar Ks GHirrox FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE iil g3i T CIML- lei iiWINI 1T Carsons Restaurant H A CARSON Orip J C McClar undertaker and Ernoamer STANFORD KV Office Phone 107 Home Phone 35 FARM FOR SALE I will soil privately iry farm or about 2SO seers mile and halt from Hustonvllle on Danville pike Hat lioiiye of seven room nil other neces nary improvements cut atentU water Can give poflsesfion soon J C NEAL Morrinrd hy I E I 33B BB35J ICOATAND I r Underwear 1 tE l L L SANDERS = Mi Crab Orchard Kentucky jjj I L THE FARMERS Jor8allIO good ewes from 2 to 4 years olL Jas Yowell Hustonvilltf Stray horso from lllfrhltind Lincoln vnunty a black horse left eye ouf Will Jenkins VanArsdnll Ky T Jl Green Senator Hubblei rarer won again at Jacksonville Wed nesday M J Farts sold a bunch of om hundred export cattle averaging about IIOO rounds to Simon Well of boxing ton Tho price paid was J525 pnrlieson the cars here Air Maurice J Farris purchased from Mr Samuel Cecil 60 head fit COpound shoals at 7 cents per pound parUes1J1cato Fur nlet brown mare sate In tool to Woods tine Jack this U the Arch Croon mare She can bo anon at W M Alams stable Call or Pnone irs W M Adams SO3 For rert 100 ncre farm Write Thompson iron lungs Mountain Ky 814 Sam 1 Harris sold two mules to W B Burton nt Lancaster for 1340 ofhogscelved 7 11 cents- J P Brtllard sold ft bulls at Uncaster court at 3 12 CettarCreekhome hero for 600 Crops k Jon s srlppcd two loads of Ijogs to Cincinnati for which they paid r to II 1 2 cents oleo a toad ar burlw cattle for which they pall V to 11 cent The aro Urn sffifl 1l cwrs to II C Baughnian nt 5 Lt also Bcld 1h barrels of corn to Brown at TJ50 put In the crib Mr IIn vr will soon move from Hnrrodsburg to Uio old Ibjlllpa fnrm K u Smith sold a pair ol mulua to WSH Burton tor JSflO UWalkerStrayed or stolen two jjron ho mares 4 and earsold one iii brovn with T branded on shoulder hipRewardfov nt W it Traylors at Gilberts Creek 7oS IL I now of Shelb nty has for sale a number of thoroughbred Duroc boars and a few gilts He also has for snle a rearJld horse sound and absolutely gentle Suitable for carriage or delivery wagon 762 For Sale0 shoats 60 to 60 pounds weight Henry Anderson Stanford ICy 7R3 For Sale169 12 pores or land new five room cottage threw porebOK pantry hall etc large barn 10 stalls stud and good loft Buggy house ten house etc The place is well vutcrcd buildings nil now and fenc ing good Thin s a good farm and will soil at a bargal price only 165 per acre Apply to I H Hughes Strnv hog at mv jUce Owner ca- pPt n frame by paving ear this notice and keep Jas Meer PU BLASALE 1Mill sell nt public auction begin ring at 9 oclock A M my faun ot CO acres cu the Dinvllle pike 5 miles aBt of Dunville and U miles west of Stanford ou- THURSDAY DEC 8 1010 I wilt alEO sell a line combined car riage and farm borne wovics well ev erywhere safe for women nag chll Jren one extra tine farm nail tread mare and brood mare 1 twovearor cHd HK very tine well broko to ride and drive 1 tine filly colt draft stock 1 extra good Jeraey cow 2 12 years rid Riving line flow of milk 15 acres of corn in tke shock 3 12 Jnfi pojBosoiqnop ugtrl JO salon rel and ohio 23 bushels or potatoes and G to 7 bushels of tur nips llauKelitld and kitrnen lurmture lnchuH B a line f79 range good as lew a 12 silver set god lined One mahogany able parlor carpets and nips and other thlngc too numerous lo mention forma of day of sale J P Jhaudkr Auctioneer I MRS AMANDA S GILMORE STASKOKD KY K O NO2 PUBLIC SALE Having decided lo change my lo cation I will on Thursday December 15th 1910 offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described property 71 hood oT cnttle 20 head or 750 tiiiud yearling and H head of yoo to 1100 pound cattle 42 lend of hogs from 10 to 225 pounds In bunches to ruit imrcbiirer Good mcijt hogs 1 five veer old saddle marc extra good 1 ono rear old colt pair extra good 10 hniiil mars mulled one pair l5 12 baud more mules two good milk cows ono fresh 700 to 800 barrels ot corn gold on ground MOO bales of bay farming Implements of nil kinds 2 twchoree wagons hay rake mow ing marline Imrnefs kitchen furni lure and hntiReliold furniture TERMS All hills 310 and under cash in hand over 3111 n negotiable SIX months note bearing 0 per cent Interest from date of sate JOHN G LYNN N COn tame day mud date V W Burton will oiler for sale farm now occupied by me consisting ot 271 i5100 acres with good hous0 and brnIwell lonred and fences are in excel lent rendition 200 acres ot this farm iB irt bluo grass nnd will grow hemp tobacco or anything other farms In Kentucky flll grow TIili farm will bo sold on easy terms For partlculais write V W BurtQn Somerset i4 t i I NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial effects of Scotts Emulsioni- n a very short time It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers milk and properly nour ishes the child Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid food tonic not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children FOR SALE BT ALL DRCOOISTO Seed lOe Dams of paper sod this ii f r oar bMutltal SIea Baal sad Chill Sktcfcltook lick buk conUlu a Good Luck huJ SCOTT A BOVYNE 409 Purl SL New York FOR RENT OR SALE My pKc Ht Milledgtivllle containing about JO ncros four Inr tobacco bal ance In small groin or corn good iOaore lotorco barn on It WJb S E OWSLEY FOR BALI A No 1 hanging Fork farm of ru acre well Improved and well water cd 0 miles from Danville Uncasier and Stanford on ninvlllo and Lan castor turnpike 1 mllo from churches good schoql store and blacK wnlth lmp rural route runs by door Dwellli g of 6 rooms and two commo dious porches comparatively new 1 largo barn two tobacco barns other necessary outbuildings all In good re IKIII For Inrlhvr Information nppiv to Geo F right Agent Stanford Ky TheHorleigh Diamond WatoIUto BunUnu Goat A coat with style and class and the most practical hunting coat ever designed Is absolutely watertight yet light and flexible A coat made to fit a hunter and very liberal in cut Li bound with leather has leather covered shoulders five outside cut in pockets ona outaido patch pocket and has full game pockets through out the entire coat The corduroy collar fits perfectly and when turned up tutees with storm strap The button boles are all worked withI cilk silkstltcbed stays at the strain tog points I Has ventilated under arm gussets and adjustable cuffs The water I proofing Is by a new process that is really watertight If you want a coat that has class style and yet room for any reasonable bag gate this coat lnvestiIFor Sale By GEO H FARRIS I GOWANSKing Sells itself wherever introduced Imitators have tried to imitate and substitution has been attempted ButIonce GOWANS Gowans for inflammation and congestion It elves 119 plensrtrtr In meant inenfj iowntiii Irtpitrfitlaii fur ItilLmtiintlnn rxiiwlnlly nt fir throat urns chest lIe tear until Gnunun Ireiiflrilioti fur ninny r 1011111LJflLlWJTO Ilnrlingtiiti A C BUY TODAY HAVE IT IN THE HOME All Drulllr St nOel 23e COWAkMEptCALCO DURUAMN C- tuneddalsof te f b tor Ontdst- Cr11 0J t 4 yam Gosheri f Hog killing and hunting are the principal occupation fit the present tune Mr nnd Mrs W II 1epples frt Happy Valley Farm nrcvon the sick list this week Mr and Mrs I R OopchvlnUed their uncle Mr Henry Anderson who Is sick at his home in 8J nlord last Sunday Mss Fannie Youn spent Thmiki giving with her parents nt HlgUand Miss Ellen Scott and Mrs Tnpn were in the city shopping the first of the week Elder J O Livingston MM his regular appointment here the third Sun day There was no Sunday school neld last Sunday on account of the rain llardln Young visited Vynn Gooch tart Sunday Wydb Lmdderer vIMltcr life grandmother at Fist Woods the Inn of the weekA Thanksgiving program woe ron dered by the pupils Wednesday aft ernoon A nice new desk for the teacher was on exhibition for the visitors at the same time The little new girl of Mr and Mrs It c Uuddorar la nicety The pupils who received n general average of 90 or moro for Novem bar are us fellows Third grade Ira Pepnles nnd Maggie Croushorn NUT vnili prode John HottsHaw and lynn Uooch Maggie Uoor Ira 1cpple Kllia heth Boone and Karl Hooch were neither abtont nor tardy within tho month Lynn leech Raymond and Herliert Holticlaw were not absent We Wan- tTurkeys Bring them in at once and we will I pay you the highest Market Prices I Na Ba Northcott J T K Tudor Mgr PHONE 153 INOTICE I Not getting a sat isfactory price for my property I will continue business at the oldstand G B PRUIT Moreland Ky A MODERN SANITARY TOILET Is a disease and discomfort prevent ivc It eliminates nil annoying olon excludes all disease germs Let us nmovfr thAt aid style trap affair and replace it whii a lolKt that IB as or namental as It IB convenient and healh preserving The cost will not bo much It shouldnt be considered when the hcnlh or your family may he Involved W K WARNERP- hone 188 Stanford Ky l iI 1 l11h1l lH POSTED H- MBHIIBKIlEBferho hunting season Is upon us and nearly evuryouo wants to post tils plate The charge is 25 cents cash with namu K B Denhniu T A Rico J AV Hughes M J Hoffman M F Lawrence J II Acton- J S Harris J W lauglunan Fred Jjaumaiiu David Stevens S II Baughmnn J H Baughumn Nevln Carter OBanron k Campbell Frank Cordior Will Cordlcr Christ Jacob M B Iylle Dr J G Carpenter j James Smith Mra Mattle White W R Dnugherty H C And rsol John lit Gooch A r Traylor D M And rsol J A Totter J H Thompson O P Newland J H Buttle Harris Woods fit Curtis Mn Mattle H Hercs Gus Golszl John M Cnrtsr Fred VonOrtionlgnnJ J Elliott A Klolbasa Jocob Guilder Ilss68 Sallie arid Settle Carter- J IL Carter P Wi Carter L S Garnor K U Hatfteld Jas Jt Carter Sr Mrs noL WllllamB- li C BaueViraan A J JohnsonIIP W Carter J a ii + 1Ki MtcvG Ilr karx STIRRING TIMES t wo are having In tho building line Vo carry a full lino of lime plaster cement and everything else needed for building EvorythlBg purchased hero will be found of the boat quail ly and the best for Intended purposes Wo will save you trouble anti uueeee sary expense by sending to ux tar ails estlmato J A ALLEN Stanftrri Ky NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER or driver who buys poor harbcsa L- lrtceslerl When honestly nude spd Minrnntiwt Iwrnem can br bonght Kerr so rca nn tblv It Is n mans own fault if lie takes the rifle of buying from a mail order catalogue Pront by other oxpeilcnce and buy your harriers it tome J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Fall And Winter Suitings My stow tall and winter samples are now toady for your Inspection They comprise tho boat on the market I ean suit nay one as to price who has T run cicthea made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made diodes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made when quality and tit la Cam In and let m un toot saasitrf IL C Xa i i Ule Practical TsJlorS MANY DOLLARS HAS GONE 4thatInsurance policy If you have no In burunce on your property take our advice and insure in the Continental company It makes us weary and sad when u flro occurs to think that a f man hndnt gumption enough to se cure a Rood wad from properly drawn policy in he Continental dont willo unwise Insure In time You thank us for tho tiprW S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 3M 8sD CARTER I New LlvervIDetfot Street shone 9O STANFORD KENTUCKY FRUIT AND SHADE TREtSI 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn j and Garden A Write for Free Catalogue No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Kentucky i r FARM FOR SALEI I I til acres lying I 12 tulles west oftHighland a good cottage nnd out IIOIWK barn eta C fields fenced about 3d acres In cultivation bf water Reason for selling out DolIable to work on farm 1rlcv reasoniable I JAS A KING 08IStanford Ky It F 13 No3 Box U- 5IIIIIIIBllllaIMI i II CLOSING OUT SALEI i climateIa full line of millinery dress good trimmings and notions just purchased In the city at i prlces astonishingly low Tils stock was carefully selected and It will meet the wants of this M or any other vicinityII I will sell It fa opportunity should present M u ICQRA nve S LIPPS K- yRIIII1aIIIBlllrlrllwr I arGkG iAMaa3X4al3i Yapmay t